Archive for Saturday, September 1, 2001

Area Roundup: Santa Fe Trail pummels Piper

September 1, 2001


— Santa Fe Trail's Ryan Hulings was a handful for Kansas City Piper.

The 5-foot-7, 150-pound senior caught five passes for 171 yards, including three for touchdowns, and kicked four PATs to lead the Chargers to a 40-0 romp of Kansas City Piper in Kaw Valley League football on Friday.

"We were wanting to get him the ball," SFT coach Bob Von Stein said. "It's tough for someone to defend him one-on-one."

SFT junior quarterback Shane Miles completed five of nine passes. All of his completions were to Hulings.

SFT led 7-0 at halftime before erupting for 20 points in the third quarter.

The Chargers intercepted five passes. SFT's Justin Ramsdell had two of the picks.

"They were in the shot gun and they just throw and throw," Von Stein said. "The clock stopped a lot and it was a long game."

Santa Fe Trail 40,

Kansas City Piper 0

Santa Fe Trail 0 7 20 13 40

KC Piper 0 0 0 0 0

SFT Aaron Lang 3 run (Ryan Hulings kick)

SFT Hulings 32 pass from Shane Miles (Hulings kick)

SFT Mike Burnett 6 run (Hulings kick)

SFT Hulings 39 pass from Miles (kick failed)

SFT Hulings 35 pass from Miles (Hulings kick)

SFT Troy Baird 26 run (kick failed)

Baldwin 44, Prairie View 0

Prairie View Baldwin High pasted Prairie View in the Bulldogs' season opener.

Caleb Mason gained 69 yards on six carries and scored on TD runs of one and 58 yards. Micah Mason contributed 55 yards on 16 carries and scored on a 3-yard run.

Quarterback Tyler Inzer rushed for 117 yards on nine carries, including an 88-yard TD burst. He also hit Brian Laurdisen on a 28-yard scoring pass and hit 2 of 4 passes for 43 yards.

Baldwin's defense held standout running back Luke Page to 51 yards on 24 carries. Bulldog defender Witt Hinton recovered a fumble.

It marked Baldwin's first season-opening win in seven seasons.

"We thought our kids came out and played with a lot of intensity," BHS coach Mike Berg said. "Our new quarterback did a good job running the option. We did have a lot of penalties and can improve on that. But defensively ... our defense stood up. To hold them to 115 yards is impressive."

Baldwin will play host to Wellsville on Friday.

Baldwin 44, Prairie View 0

Prairie View 0 0 0 0 0

Baldwin 0 17 14 13 44

B Gang tackle in end zone for safety.

B Caleb Mason 1 run (Brett Myrick pass to Micah Mason).

B Tyler Inzer 88 run (Hans Broers kick).

B C. Mason 58 run (Broers kick).

B Inzer to Brian Lauridsen 28 pass (Broers kick).

B M. Mason 3 run (kick failed).

B Andrew Hannon 52 punt return (Broers kick).

Oskaloosa 30, Highland 7

Oskaloosa Senior Geremy Norman gained 150 yards on six carries and scored two touchdowns as Oskaloosa ripped Highland.

Norman, a wide receiver, was moved to running back when Kyle Newell suffered an early injury and then was used solely on defense. He scored on runs of 61 and 66 yards.

Larry Subelka gained 88 yards on 12 carries and scored on a six-yard TD run for the winners.

Linebacker Matt Marietta had 11 tackles, while Luke Hattamer had a 16-yard interception return. Joe Stinnett was cited for his versatility, being used at defensive back, linebacker and running back.

"Highland doesn't have many numbers, but their kids sure play hard," Oskie coach Kyle Ross said. "Our defense was extraordinary. They had two first downs the whole first half. Our offense is just getting back to normal.

"Highland loaded up for Larry. They pretty much shifted to where he was gonna go. That let some other backs step up," Ross added, noting Norman would be shifted to running back for good starting this week.

Osklaoosa will play host to McLouth next Friday.

Oskaloosa 30, Highland 7

Highland 7 0 0 0 7

Oskaloosa 8 14 8 0 30

H Yurth 30 yard interception (kick).

O Geremy Norman 61 run (Norman run).

O Larry Subelka 6 run (Nate Yarnell run).

O Yarnell 1 run (conversion failed).

O Norman 66 run (Subelka run).

Jefferson North 58, McLouth 6

McLouth Jefferson North stopped McLouth in the Bulldogs' opener.

Nathan Subelka completed six of 19 passes for 98 yards and a touchdown. Caleb Noll gained 116 yards and scored two TDs for the winners. Jeff North outgained McLouth 396 yards to 125.

"Jefferson North was maybe the best high school team I've seen in the league in the 10 years I've been here," McLouth coach Ballard Patterson said. "Every kid looked like he was 6-0, 195 to 200 pounds. Their middle linebacker was amazing. We sat there after the game and thought of what we could have done different. Short of getting bigger and stronger in the offseason we couldn't think of anything. We ran 12 plays total the first half. They hammered at us."

Jeff North 58, McLouth 6

Jeff North 21 24 6 7 58

McLouth 0 0 0 6 6

JCN Caleb Noll 21 run (Josh Stich kick)

JCN Noll 16 run (kick failed).

JCN Zack Noll 2 run (C. Noll to Cody pass).

JCN Jacob Coppinger 3 run (kick failed).

JCN Woodhead 39 pass from Z. Noll (kick failed).

JCN Weiser 26 run (kick failed).

JCN Coppinger 2 run (kick failed).

JCN Gigstad 39 run (Trexler kick).

McL Lester Dean 21 pass from Nathan Subelka (kick failed).

Louisburg 41, Wellsville 15

Louisburg Wellsville's Justin Hoehn started the season with a 90-yard kickoff return, but Wellsville wound up dropping a season-opening decision at Louisburg.

Brian Johns gained 119 yards rushing on 20 carries and threw for 154 yards and two TDs for the winners. He also had a rushing touchdown.

Dustin Graham had 44 yards on nine carries and a TD for Wellsville. Dane Leecy had an interception.

Louisburg 41, Wellsvile 15

Wellsville 7 0 8 0 15

Louisburg 14 21 0 6 41

W Justin Hoehn 90 kickoff return (kick Dane Leecy).

L Nick Skuban 8 run (Brian Johns kick).

L Johns 18 run (Johns kick).

L Harrison Kush 6 pass from Johns (Johns kick).

L Read Kreiser 17 pass from Johns (Johns kick).

L Johns 1 run (Johns kick).

W Dustin Graham 1 run (Leecy run).

L Kreiser 46 interception return (kick failed).

Ottawa 33, Indy 32 2 OT

Independence It was a long night for Ottawa in Independence, but it was worth it, as the Cyclones stormed back from a 20-7 deficit to defeat the Bulldogs in double overtime.

"It was a very exciting game," Ottawa coach Pat Boeh. "We got down in the second half and came back in a blaze in the fourth quarter and overtime. It was just a very exciting Friday night football game and we were very fortunate to come away with the win."

Ottawa (1-0) will face KC Ward at home this Friday.

Ottawa 33, Indy 32 2 OT

Ottawa 0 7 6 7 13 33

Independence 0 12 8 0 12 32

O Brent Miller 1 run (Eric Hull kick)

I Jarret Black 92 kickoff return (kick failed)

I Lee 4 run (run failed)

I Lee 2 run (Lee run)

O Eric Corder 1 run (kick failed)

O Anthony Ingram 6 run (Hull kick)

O Miller 1 run (kick failed)

I Lee 2 run (run failed)

I Black 4 run (kick failed)

O Issac Templeton 8 pass from Miller (Hull kick)

DeSoto 27, Lansing 7

DeSoto Michael Allen had 21 carries for 190 yards, including three touchdowns, to lead DeSoto, winless last season, past Lansing in Thursday night's opener. Greg Francis had a touchdown run and kicked three PATs. Allen and Justin Haub both had interceptions. Bart McGivern had a fumble recovery.

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